Category: Ramadan 2016

Ramadan 1437/2016: Black Muslims Reflect on the Quran – Juz’ 30

by Sheik Ja’far Muhibullah In the name of Allah, the Exalted Abundant blessings & salutations Upon Muhammad, his Family And the Believing Nation Each chapter and verse of the Qur’ān is divinely placed in its particular order. As one reads the words of Allah from beginning to end, they partake […]

Ramadan 1437/2016: Black Muslims Reflect on the Quran – Juz’ 29

Aisha Ibrahim, a standout student at Zaytuna College, offers a video reflection on juz’ 29. Watch below. Aisha Ibrahim is the daughter of an African American father and Italian-Irish American mother; both of whom are converts to Islam. Raised in the far side south Chicago neighborhood of Roseland where she […]

Ramadan 1437/2016: Black Muslims Reflect on the Quran – Juz’ 28

by Rama Mbacke Juz’ 28 of the Quran is comprised of nine Surahs from the first verse of Surah al-Mujadilah to the end of Surah al-Tahrim. Although the themes vary, the context in which some of the Surahs’ verses were revealed is significant. This was during a time when Muslims […]

Ramadan 1437/2016: Black Muslims Reflect on the Quran- Juz’ 27

by Sister Islaah Abd’Al-Rahim On the Day you see the believing men and believing women, their light proceeding before them and on their right, [it will be said], “Your good tidings today are [of] gardens beneath which rivers flow, wherein you will abide eternally.” That is what is the great […]